A person with dark hair and light brown highlights is wearing a black shirt with a pink floral pattern. She wears a silver necklace and is wearing make-up
© Taku taku sassoon
A person with dark hair and light brown highlights is wearing a black shirt with a pink floral pattern. She wears a silver necklace and is wearing make-up
© Taku taku sassoon

Natyada Tawonsri alias NATA

Queer Love Zine Making

Info

Maximum 12 participants. The workshop is 3 days long.

Past dates

Friday

3/24/23

2:00 PM

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Saturday

3/25/23

12:00 PM

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Sunday

3/26/23

12:00 PM

kx

How do we draw, write, paint our definition of love? In this 3 day workshop we will talk about your thoughts on relationships, love and connections in which we can feel safe and heal. Zines will be created that we will work on in a shared space. Designing templates // sharing & feedback in small groups // The zines will be exhibited at the Queer B-Cademy Festival. A zine is a self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced via a copy machine.


Natyada Tawonsri, aka NATA, is a queer, non-binary person who grew up in Switzerland. Natyada lives and studies at HAW Hamburg in the Master Illustration with a specialization in Graphic Narrative. Since 2019, NATA has completed a qualification in political education work and offers empowerment, critical racism and comic/zine workshops. In July 2022, Natyada participated in the two-week comics workshop at Documenta 15 in Kassel, Germany, organized by the Lebanese/French collective Samandal Comics and Nino Bulling.